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So is a nine-year-old boy from Thailand. He lives with his parents, sister and brother in a village in Tak Province. His father works at a construction site, and his mother is a homemaker. Since schools closed due to Covid-19, So and his siblings have stopped studying. So now helps out around the house, watering their garden and helping his mother with preparing meals. His sister works as a dishwasher at a Thai noodle soup shop. The family's monthly household income is just enough to cover their basic expenses. After So's birth, the medic noticed that So had a mass on the right side of his neck. When the medic pressed the mass with his finger, So did not react and the medic assumed the mass was not painful. The medic then told So’s parents that the mass was fatty tissue and that they had nothing to worry about. However, he would need to receive surgery to remove the mass when he was older. As So grew older, the mass also slowly increased in size. Currently, the muscles in his neck are stiff and the mass is painful when it is touched. Frequently, So will wake up in the middle of the night in pain after he turns in his sleep, putting pressure on the mass. He feels like the mass is gradually increasing in size and is becoming heavier. Doctors want So to undergo a CT scan, a procedure in which x-ray images taken from several angles are combined to produce cross-sectional images of the body. This scan will hopefully help doctors diagnose his condition and formulate an appropriate treatment plan. Our medical partner, Burma Children Medical Fund, is requesting $414 to cover the cost of So's CT scan and care, which is scheduled for March 9th. So shared, "I have wanted to remove this mass since I was five years old because my friends tease me a lot. Sometimes, I get very frustrated. I will be much happier once I go through this procedure."

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Daniel is a 7-year-old student from Tanzania. He is the first born child and has one younger sister who is two years old. Daniel is a big lover of football. He is currently in class three and his best subject is mathematics. His father passed away a couple years ago, and his mother has been raising him and his sister ever since. Daniel's mother depends on small scale farming of maize and vegetables to be able to provide for her two children. Last April, Daniel was attacked by a hyena as he was taking a bath outside their hut in the evening. The hyena grabbed him by the leg and started running with him towards the bushes. Daniel's mother was close by bathing his younger sister, and ran after the hyena while crying for help. During the chase and fight, the hyena happened to drop Daniel on the ground, leaving him with claw injuries, broken bones and a badly injured face. His nose was disfigured during the attack. Fortunately, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is helping Daniel receive treatment. On March 9th, surgeons will perform a skin graft procedure to reconstruct his nose. Now, Daniel's family needs help to fund this $747 procedure. Daniel's mother shared, “I will start by thanking everyone who made my son’s first surgery of reconstructing his nose possible because it made such a big change. He has now been scheduled for another surgery which will help make his nose even better but I have no means of getting the money to cover the cost. Please help.”

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Roseline is a 3-year-old girl from Kenya. She is a sweet child who is currently in preschool and likes to play a lot. Roseline is the second born in a family of two kids. Her parents are separated, so she lives with her mother. Her mother is unemployed and does casual jobs at construction sites to support their family. Because they do not have a house helper, Roseline accompanies her mother to work. Earlier this month, Roseline had an accident while she was playing on cement bags on a construction site. When she fell, some of the bags fell on her left leg, fracturing the femur. Her mother took her to a government hospital, where doctors confirmed the fracture with an x-ray. Due to a strike at that hospital, Roseline's mother brought her to Watsi's Medical Partner Care Center Nazareth Hospital so that Roseline could be admitted for a fracture repair surgery. She was initially afraid of her daughter undergoing surgery, but Roseline's father convinced her it was necessary to help heal their daughter's injury. However, the cost of hospital admission was too high for them to afford. Currently, Roseline is in pain and unable to walk. If she does not get this treatment, her leg may heal abnormally and she may have limited mobility in the future. Roseline's family appeal for financial support. Fortunately, surgeons at our medical partner can help. On February 16th, Roseline will undergo a fracture repair procedure, called an open reduction and internal fixation. The surgery will allow her to walk with ease and prevent further complications including disability. Now, our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare Foundation, is requesting $1,049 to fund this procedure. Roseline's mother shared, “I am so desperate and don’t know what to do. I would just have taken my daughter back home and wait for God, though I would be happier to see my daughter running up and down again. I will appreciate any help you can provide."

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Kabarangira is a 30-year-old married woman and a mother to one child who was delivered via caesarean section. She is now expecting her second child. Kabarangira is the firstborn in a family of six children, with two brothers and three sisters who are all still in school and under her support. Kabarangira herself studied and holds a diploma in nursing, but unable to find a job in nursing, she currently makes a living by owning and running a small drug store. Her store is located deep in her village, which she shared results in earning little profit due to low sales. Kabarangira is 38 weeks into her pregnancy. She has a history of one previous c-section from delivering her first child in 2012. Kabarangira attended antenatal care clinics at Nyakibale Hospital. At her last visit, she was recommended to undergo a scan, which showed her fetus in cephalic presentation with a loosened nuchal card. Doctors recommend Kabarangira deliver by a caesarean section for a better delivery outcome and to prevent complications for her and her baby. However, she and her husband are unable to pay for the cost of her surgery, and appeal for financial support. Kabarangira will be receiving assistance from our medical partner, African Mission Healthcare. She is scheduled to undergo a C-Section on January 20th. African Mission Healthcare is requesting $252 to cover the total cost of her procedure and care. The surgery will allow her to safely deliver her baby. Kabarangira shared, “I have a feeling and really believe that I will be able to deliver a live and healthy baby. Once the baby is born, I will continue operating my drug store."

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